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August 7, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

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Nuclear Bans May Not Hurt Industries By Sam Dawson NEW YORK (AP)-Signing of the nuclear test ban treaty may give some defense industries pause kit could mean stepped up activities in others. So many strong spots are reported elsewhere that the business world seems largely expectant of an increased, if moderate, gain in the total economy after Labor Day. The treaty still has a long road to go in the U.S. Senate. And the skepticism expressed by many Americans as to the reliability of Russian promises could assure increased spending in forms of defense untouched by the treaty—to be ready just in case, and to meet pressure in other forms of the cold war. Total disarmament — with its cancellation of defense orders— isn't a factor yet in any but the most long-range economic planning. Defense Department appropriations aren't involved in any important degree, at least at present. Rising government spending as a whole, however, is a sure thing. Corporation economists as a whole, are bounting on this as one of the factors sure to bolster the economy in coming months. The spending is going up at state and local levels as well as federal—as 1 many taxpayers are well aware. Even more important is the continuing large outpourings from consumers' purses and a moderate, but reassuring, rise in business spending for new equipment and plants. Such outlays by business in recent years are now paying dividends, as the current reports of increased profits show. The new equipment is turning out more goods per man hour, thus cutting production costs faster than wage scales have been rising. Thanks largely to the high rate of auto sales, consumers have been increasing their total of in­ stalment debt. Some economists worry about the stretching of payment periods in some areas, but most consider the credit gains on a firm basis. Installment debt has become a much-watched indicator of consumer psychology. It goes up when confidence is widespread. And consumer confidence is basic to economic growth. With consumer, business and government spending all tending to rise, the outlook for the fall months is bright. Candied Fruit Is Midnight Supper Finale Delicious candied fruit puts finishing touches on your midnight supper. Chicken Tetrazzini Biscuit Tray Tossed Salad Beverage Candied Grapefruit Peel Candied Grapefruit Peel 2 large grapefruit. 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup water Extra sugar Wash grapefruit; make lengthwise cuts on pool down to pulp membrane so there are 4 sections; with fingers pull off peel. Cover peel with cold water; add salt; bring to a boil; boil to minutes; drain. Repeat boiling and draining 3 more times, each time covering with fresh cold water and omitting salt. If white membrane is extra- thick, with bowl of spoon gently remove some of it; peel should be about Vi inch thick. Cut peel into strips with scissors. Mix sugar, corn syrup, and water in a 3 -quart saucepan. Cook over moderate heat, stirring constantly, until sugar is dissolved. Add grapefruit peel; bring to a boil. Reduce heat and boil gently 46 minutes. Drain in coarse strainer or colander. Roll peel, a few pieces at a time, in extra sugar. Arrange in a single layer on tray; cover lightly with wax paper and allow to dry several hours. Store in covered container. Makes about 1 pound. READ THE WANT ADS! Mute yea Mickdbenv's PORK SAUSAGE Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Wednesday, Aug. 7, )H% 2f FPU* HillNfitt. nam «»»mi1 DAVIS STORES DON'T THESE LEAN BONELESS SHORT RIBS - » 29c BEEF STEW U. S. GOVT INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS ROUND BONE SWISS STEAK lb. LEAN BONELESS S9C SUCED Pork Cutlets LEAN MEATY BEEF LIVER lb. GROUND BEEF $100 lbs. PORK STEAK RE-JOYCE ORANGE DRINK 4 - »1 STRAWBERRY DAVIS DANDEE PRESERVES CAMPBELLS Tomato Soup 3^ 25c PURE FROZEN CLOROX Plastic GAL. RE-JOYCE FLOUR OSAGE FREESTONE PEACHES HUNTS WHOLE APRICOTS PURE CANE SEALTEST COTTAGE CHEESE 0 With Order LIMIT 2 AMERICA CUP 5 £ 39c 4 No. V/2 $| 00 Cans | No. 2Vi $| 00 Cans I GERBERS STRAINED BABY FOOD 3 lm CAT LIFE CAT FOOD 3 & DAVIS DANDEE PEANUT BUTTER 8 " VISTA-PAK CRACKERS ? IT WHIPS V 6-oz. Can 291 251 TIP TOP FROZEN LEMONADE 6-oz. Can SWIFT'S LB.CRT. COFFEE NEW RED ICE CREAM Vz CQc GAL. M POTATOES 20 FLAVORKIST GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 10c CARROTS - 5c WAGON COOKIES ™. 39c _ ^ "°MBJ CELLO Limit 3 Bags ^ I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UM1T QUANTITIES AVIS STORES • PASCAL CELERY SUNFLOWER Stalk 5c OLEO 8-'1.00 1621 Ho. Henderson St. Knoxville Rd. - Route 150 Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday

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